Genalguacil, located east of the province of Malaga about 45 kilometers from Ronda in the Genal Valley, is also known as the town museum. Its urban structure, inherited from Arab settlers, is...
The mine was used for copper mining in the 18th century. In fact, it was one of the most important mines in the northern slopes of Sierra Bermeja amongst the over five hundred mines operating in the...
Although exploring wild cave systems started as a scientific study in a cross-disciplinary field combining the knowledge of geology, zoology, botany and archaeology, it soon became popular as a...
This festival has been declared to be of Tourist Interest by the Provincial Council of Málaga. Please check with the local Town Hall or Municipal Tourism Office for the festival date before...
This viewpoint is between the campsite and the entrance to the town of Genaguacil, and from there we can contemplate beautiful views of the whole Serrania and the Genal River that passes through the...
Genalguacil is Moorish past, whitewashed houses and flower beds, active enjoyment of nature through beautiful trekking trails, and the newest contemporary art. In the Serrania de Ronda, in the heart of the Genal Valley, this town can boast to be an orchard forest.
The Natural Park of Reales de Sierra Bermeja (Sierra Bermeja Royals) and Meetings of Art of Genalguacil are the largest claims of the town, inviting to be enjoyed with all five senses.
IN GENALGUACIL YOU CANNOT MISS
The Encuentros de Arte de Genalguacil (Meetings of Art of Genalguacil) They are the biggest claim of the town. Since 1994, artists of any trend or origin exchange their ideas in the town, which becomes a true open-air museum, because the works are exhibited in the streets and in the Municipal Museum.
From the monumental point of view, the Church of San Pedro Martyr of Verona is the most notable the buildings in Genalguacil. Originally from XVI century and demolished during the rebellion of the Moors in 1570, currently, also very renovated, dating from the XVIII. Baroque with Mozarabs reminiscences, the Church has an octagonal outer tower and three naves separated by semi-circular arches.
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